Chef Ludo Lefebvre is one of the most influential chefs in
Los Angeles dining, pioneering and revolutionizing the culinary industry.

Website
http://www.ludolefebvre.com

Facebook http://www.facebook.com
/LudoBites/

Twitter
@chefludo

Instagram
@chefludo

Awards/Accolades:

Named #1 of 50 Most Influential People in America in 2010

World’s 50 Greatest Chefs

Mobil 5-star Award [l’orangerie & Bastide]

James Beard Award Finalist
“Rising Chef Award”

James Beard Award Finalist
“Best New Restaurant 2015” [Petit Trois]

French Knighthood of the Order of Arts and Letters by the Minister of Culture

 

Restaurants

Trois Mec

Petit Trois

Ludo Bird

Trois Familia

Chef Ludo Lefebvre is one of the most influential chefs in Los Angeles dining, pioneering and revolutionizing the culinary industry. After training in France for 12 years with the great masters, Ludo came to Los Angeles and was soon awarded the prestigious Mobil Travel Guide Five Star Award at two different restaurants, L’Orangerie in 1999 and 2000 and Bastide in 2006. From 2007 to 2012, he became known as the “pop-up king” and has been credited with igniting the phenomenon of the pop-up restaurant and establishing it’s viability as a business model. In September 2010, Ludo brought fried chicken to the streets of Los Angeles by opening his food truck, known on the streets as "LudoTruck". In October 2013, he took his fried chicken concept to the next level opening his first brick and mortar location, Ludo Bird, within the Staples Center. The same year, Ludo opened Trois Mec, a 28 seat restaurant in the heart of in Los Angeles, which was twice named “L.A.'s Best Restaurant” by LA Weekly. Petit Trois, Ludo’s “Bar a la carte” concept, was opened July 2014 and was honored as a 2015 James Beard finalist for Best New Restaurant. His next restaurant, Trois Familia, in slated to open fall 2015. He is the author of two cookbooks; LudoBites, Recipes and Stories from the Pop-Up Restaurants of Ludo Lefebvre and Crave, The Feast of the Five Senses, and starred on the ABC hit cooking competition show, The Taste.

“Best New U.S. Restaurant 2015” [Petit Trois] – Food & Wine, Bon Appetit


“Best Los Angeles Restaurants 2014” [Trois Mec] – Travel & Leisure Magazine


"In most cites, the hot tickets are for concerts. In LA, they're for seats at Trois Mec.” Food & Wine

“There may be not better plate of escargot in town that at the new Petit Trois.”
Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times

“The best thing I’ve ever eaten at a sports game...period.” [LudoBird] Tyler Florence, Chef and Food Network Host

“Chef of the future”TIME

“Kitchen of a genius” LA Weekly

“Has L.A. on a culinary string” – Los Angeles Times

“Every plate a fully realized piece of art” – The New York Times